We all do it, and we know we do it. The big, life changing decisions are the ones you often leave until the absolute last minute… after you have done the dishes, cleaned up the house, done your taxes and paired all those uneven socks. It’s important to remind yourself occasionally why they are a load to cr*p.
Feel there is no hope in the job market? Starting a business in a developing country may be the perfect answer for you.
The ebola virus, health care, and ensuring that a $200,000 hospital bill doesn’t ruin your awesome lifestyle overseas
I have seen some pretty crazy stuff in my travels around Africa. I have seen 2 people beaten to death by angry mobs, had a close friend pistol whipped and robbed at gunpoint…
Many countries have incredibly bizarre laws that can be ignored. Other laws are so irrelevant that they are most likely never enforced. However, there are some laws you definitely need to be aware of – and this is where a little bit of research goes a long way.
So far, I have been lucky to speak with a diverse range of excellent destination entrepreneurs from many different countries. However, I could always use more introductions!! So, I have decided to ask for your help.
I will be the first to admit that I have (more than occasionally) dreamed of spending a few years living on the beach in a laid-back part of the world, serving up drinks at a beach bar I have set up, watching the sun set over swaying palm trees. Come on, admit it. You have too. The thing is, over the last few years I have come across a lot of people who live exactly this life.
The Destination Entrepreneurs podcast (coming soon!) covers the amazing stories of everyday people starting cool businesses around the world. FInd out how to set up a beach bar in Costa Rica, how to manage a fashion label from a seaside town in the Caribbean, how to use your passion to get paid to travel around the world, how to $10,000s in free money for your business and more…